COVID-19 Resources

This page provides information links to resources for help on a variety of issues related to the Coronavirus pandemic.

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General assistance with finding help.

Affidavit for Temporary Custodian’s Healthcare Authorization

The Affidavit for Temporary Custodian’s Healthcare Authorization is intended to provide parents/guardians with a way to name a temporary custodian who can serve as a healthcare decision maker for their minor children, on a short term basis if the parent/guardian cannot be reached. Such authority is limited to what is specified in 13 Del. C. § 707(b)(5). This Affidavit may assist parents if, for example they are unavailable due to their own emergency, such as COVID-19 illness, and want to ensure another trusted person can serve in this role.

Food & Pantry

Information about emergency food distribution for families and students.

Information for Students With Disabilities

Resources about remote learning, alternate learning plans, and IEP rights for students with Disabilities.

Low or No Cost Tech Options for Virtual Participation and Contact

A list of free, or low cost apps for video and chat as well as links for low cost or free internet services.

Protect Yourself Financially from the Impact of Coronavirus

Blog post from the Consumer Finance Protection Bureau about how to deal with financial and consumer issues that may arise from the COVID-19 pandemic.

Rental Assistance

If you’re a renter financially impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and need help paying your rent, you may be eligible for rental assistance from DSHA. Assistance is available for current and past-due rent. Visit decovidhousinghelp.com. Click on COVID-19 Rental Assistance then How to Apply. Tenants should communicate with their landlords to apply for assistance, as landlords will need to provide necessary documents and forms. If you need more help, call 866-935-0407.

SNAP Emergency Benefits

Families who receive SNAP benefits may be eligible for more benefits. See attached flyer.

Social Security: Know Your Rights

Document in English and Spanish developed by the Disabilities Law Program on your rights and the Social Security Administration during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Unemployment

Information about unemployment compensation claims related to COVID and DE Department of Labor contact information.

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